You may wish to make a video showing process or progress of your work for readers to access in your exhibit. We have some tips for you.
Taking digital images and editing them for website use is an easy-to-learn skill. Tools, support articles, and help from the Athenaeum tech team abound!
We’ll discuss editing and managing images for your exhibit.
This tutorial focuses on transforming the structure, voice, and content of a research paper to an online audience. We will cover things like audience selection, user reading behavior, and how to capture your audience’s attention throughout your post.
This tutorial focuses on the planning, organization, and writing style considerations you should understand before writing a web post. Then we talk about the editing process so you can be sure you are publishing quality content your readers will actually read!
This tutorial introduces you to WordPress as someone who might create posts or pages (content).
This is an ongoing series for some project definition and approach ideas from Dame Cristiana, former Kingdom Minister of Arts and Sciences.
There are a lot of pieces and parts to creating your Exhibit page. The Athenaeum team is here to help your art get onto your page! Here are some resources we thought you would find helpful.
There are two types of tutorial resources available to Exhibitors – live and pre-recorded!
There are a number of symbols and icons that, while they posses completely benign roots in cultures frequently re-created and…
Releases and Citations are required for your Athenaeum Exhibit. Learn about which releases are required and what citations to use.
In 2019, Madrone’s own Internet sensation Mistress Morgan Donner published a video tour of Athenaeum. If you’d like to see…